British variant approaches 70%, which is a cause for concern

The British variant represents about 70 percent of coronavirus cases in Madeira, said regional deputy director of Health yesterday to RTP Madeira, assuming that this is a factor of concern.

In the last few weeks there has been an increase in the British variant. We had a prevalence of 35 percent, now approaching 70 percent of cases, which is a cause for concern. There are still occasional cases of some gatherings that result in transmission chains, said yesterday Bruna Gouveia

Madeira currently has 52 active transmission chains.

From Agora Madeira

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